This is the perfect apron for the tea-lover! It's made with a spunky combination of prints, featuring a generous pocket and ties in one of our favorite Mary Engelbreit fabric designs and a bright hibiscus print lining. A trim of cheerful cherries ties it all together.
Lovingly created by one of our sewing program volunteers.
Upcycled, donated cotton
More About the Artist
Wellspring Women’s Center has served women and children in the Oak Park neighborhood of Sacramento since 1987. We dish up hospitality with dignity and love through our weekday breakfast program, providing social work services, dispensing safety-net items such as diapers and hygiene essentials, offering creative classes, and counseling.
Learn more at https://www.wellspringwomen.org
Since 2012 the Art of Being program at Wellspring has contributed to the well-being of our guests by: offering creative and cultural activities to celebrate our diverse community in Oak Park and surrounding neighborhoods; offering expressive therapy using the healing potential of art to address trauma; and offering art, sewing, and craft workshops to expose women to the joy of learning a new skill and creating art for themselves, their families, and community. All creative opportunities are offered for free within a trusted neighborhood gathering place. Learn more at https://www.wellspringwomen.org/artofbeing
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